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South Haven Messenger (Newspaper) - July 21, 1882, South Haven, MichiganThe messenger. South Haven july 1, 182 a a a a Quot Quot a Quot Quot a a Quot mama Rev. Fathor Tyson of Sijo Elk will celebrate Maas in the Catholic Church South Haven on sunday. July 80. Meat thieves Are again operating in the Vicinity of South Haven. Or Henry Barner is Short one half barrel of meat eur Len from hit premises recently. steam Barge a Mary Groht was disabled on her last trip and the a up Creuel brought Over the return freight. _ direct att Naioti to the new advertisement of or. J. Ii Richards lie has a Large Quantity of fruit baskets on hand which he offers cheap., to Mold Gica l to Moog ical society will hold its next picnic social at the fruit farm of Rev. Or. Merrit4, Centreville re pub i of Casco on to Morrow saturday after lican is now panted by steam with a Power noon. A Large attendance in desirable. Press which greatly improves its appear Ance. The Republican is an excellent local a Earth to Earth. The treacherous Waters live up their dead finding of the bodies of or. Foote and m1s9 Underwood. A it Feken Community borrow. Paper and it d dispense its politics a straight. A of All sorts Offish save Trout and Grayling is now in or Der Dur Fig March april May and june no fish can be speared in any Stream Lake or River in Michigan with the first of july however the restrictions become one of the St. Joseph county co Tara the following com i summary notice a a the South Haven messenger comes to us regularly and we recognize it is one of our Best exchanges. The a a Fine of $2,000 and two years imprisonment is the penalty a i fixed by Law for punching Boles in Silver t Coin. If it were no Idle enforced it seems is no better in to be am Ricau jails would be somewhat x of the life and activity of a Towd than j crowded. It cd new men is contained in the advertisements of a live a newspaper. Prudent and Wise business men desire to give the widest publicity to their business and to keep their Nain a and business constantly before the Public. Or h. A week and family moved into their new House. _ erected on the site of the old one destroyed a Udby fire last fall. It is to be hoped or and mrm. Burch will meet with Prosperity in their new Home ancient . Chas. Grussinger a it presented the antiquarian soviet with i one Oftle a first bibles Ever printed. It is a i valuable relic of the past for which the so i piety will hold or. Grussinger in grateful Bunch remembrance. Joseph with the body of miss Underwood which was thence to be conveyed to Chicago by the it either or. Underwood went with his dead mourning As Only a Parent can mourn under Circum stances like these. She Hail become dear to Many Here but she was Bis child a Bond Sawch binds the heart closer than any her. He went hence with the sympathy of the whole Community and in Aurora there will be hundreds of hearts that will bowed with await his coming eagerly perhaps but i with a sorrow equal to that which he left a j behind him Here. Or. Avery accompanied the past week has been one of gloom j Joseph. And in South it i. Idom do a no a a or "p1 of us even we have Only further to add that on sunday afternoon at 3 of clock a memorial service for or. Foote will be held in the congregational Church when the Rev. A tall week the mrs sen Oer is favored with a Sample of Ota j grown by or. L. H. Bailey. The length i from the roots to the tops of the Heads is 5 certainly they Lave halt la it a i a a Inch a and Hare of to misfortune to which up cd a random ,0 r Mem of Thi a humanity is heir. Man s luxury that a Community is so moved As our peo pie have been since last Friday when the news i spread that or. Foote and miss in a Derw Ood had Lieen drowned. It seemed As j if a blow bad fallen on each household As if each individual had lost a Friend. There were no exceptions Lor the Youg Man who had been Cut out us the Entrance Gate of manhood had not a single enemy and All who had known miss Underwood esteemed her. But in Thi Community it was or. Footers untimely death which chiefly moved the hearts of the people and which. Brought tears to Man eyes that were unused to peeping it is Seldom that any Man is so much loved As was he More Seldom still that a Young Man wins Sulci Universal respect from Young and old As has been showered upon him. In his Case the Homan adage a a a those whom the gods love die Young Quot has been sadly the Sample was verified. In the Eves of our citizens or. Faulting and it May cd amps. Johnson will deliver the address. Rink a the Schooner a Schav j. Captain j f. Smith master Ullven in this port on tuesday morning after an absence of four weeks. Captain Smith will give his Schooner a Complete a verbal inc Lief Ore leaving for another trip. He k also repairing his residence and improving the grounds. _ w Ell be said of him a it will be Long before i wednesday the Steamer wills like again. A Grace gave an excursion to grand Haven. The Day was pleasant Init the number of excursion lists was not As Large As the enjoyable trip merited caused no doubt by the fact that Lite excursion was not advertised in tin messenger. Cabbage worm fee a positive remedy for the cabbage worm which makes its appearance the latter part of july and is a pest to the Gardener the whole season. It May be applied by sprinkling through the leaves and Bead of the Plant about once a week. It is non Pobo Nous and perfectly harmless a a thistles under the present Law Over pyrethrum Essaid Tell of he. V8 we j fa1 t<1 Canada thistles growing in their respective on saturday the Earth for the bodies which and begun on Friday was continued with unremitting Dilig Ieuv. All who could obtain a boat or Skiff joined in the sad labor of love but without result. The evening closed and still the Lake concealed within its bosom the caskets from which death had ruthlessly torn the gems. On the Sabbath the Lake was too rough for list riels Are liable to a Fine of $25. It is to a Vii in to com pitched but on Mon be hoped some one will draw the attention a re of the terrible catastrophe of South Haven overseers to this item in a stunned us All made its Alicar an official manner. Mrs. Ery Iii a ring a from a serious def prostration caused by Over exer i in attending her daughter Dunn the it a sickness and grief Over her death j r. Triece is in attendance and it is a to lie Well travelling Public appears to appreciate the comforts of a Ance. On that Day or Foote s coat was washed ashore about eight Miles South of the Village and in the evening one of his cuff a was found three or four Miles North. Incidents of the aptly action. The last autograph secured by miss Underwood for her album was that of or. Foote who inscribed his name therein on the 12th�?Only one Day before cruel unrelenting Fate registered both their fair names on the pages of eternity. There seems to be an erroneous idea afloat in some quarters in reference to the size of the boat from which or. Foote and miss Underwood were drowned some outsiders having the impression that it was a Small racing Shell. This is far from being True. It is a Racine family boat 10 feet Long and 37 inches beam. It has water tight bulk Heads in each end and it is guaranteed by the makers to float four persons when it is tilled with water. Miss Underwood s w atch stopped at 8 05 and that of or. Foote at 8 30. The differ Euce in time May lie easily accounted for. M iss Underwood wore her watch in a Loose Gauzy pocket while or. Foote carried his in the Small pocket of a heavy tight fitting Vest. The water would commence making its Way into miss Underwood Swatch at once while the Tweed covering and tight cases of or. Footers watch would protect it from the water for some time. As an indication of the esteem in which or. Foote was held Here it is worthy of note that or. John Mackey Tine of our most Jap eminent merchants who had Only left Home for amp pleasure trip a few Days before the sad Accident returned Here on of Sieml of h 8uperior pma3en�rr Steamer in i after this nothing until yesterday morn-1 wednesday. While at Saratoga he saw last outlay evening Over fifty people look j a a a a when tic water give up their dead a in account of the drowning in a Troy n. Passage on the grate Grun Raton fori add Tolj. Mol min is Rol Anivea were enabled to Chicago. Courteous offlcen., look upon la. A ulimae form of those fast time and a a launch a to Aroer whom Tofy Lead a Ltd a much in life. the attractions offered by the a Grum hoped mrs. Knapp will Ere Long recover mind a a i acting under an impulse which u ii d her usual be Jtb. Time and the great _ providential or. C. J. Monroe went Down comforter Only can alleviate the sorrows broken . A m. Finch Aon of j to go Lake Shore Early in the morning and j Cape Finch of this place met with a most shortly after Bis arrival there he Sun the serious Accident on Wied Leaday. Lie was. Object for which his heart had been yearn i thrown from a horse which he was Riding no it or. Footers body was rapidly a of a bereaved affectionate mothers heart. the Steamer a Grace Grummond will give Fli excursion to St. J a j Arnii was completely broken j Prochin tie so re at a a it Point about three at the Elbow joint. Or. Lilton attended to or. Finches injuries and is doing All that ital with a Quai meeting at St. Joseph Sta Dekal kit a a do to , i an and the aporta will Eona it of Boa Taring. An j him Eom thut it in feared he will Uever be Able to use the injured Arm to much advantage. Miles South. The place is worthy of record from the fact that it was there the last a a Eph on August 2. On that Day the picnic association of Burrien county will hold j a. A Mem hmm Rumm a a a a family reunion was held Al it out two weeks ago when or. Foote was present As he had always been at the annual reunions. The body was brought to the Village and the tug a a cupid started in search of miss Stilt. A line Many of our readers May Underwood a remain1-. In compliance probably remember the disappearance of. With the Laws of the state the friends no or Ralph Pruitt Apt o. O. Larraway formerly a resident a tidied Justice Fletcher so that an inquest of South Haven. He owned and com Reighl l e held but after View handed a vessel and about eight years ing or footers Ilkiv and identifying it ago Wollf in Chicago he suddenly a inquest unnecessary. Soon shed from the gaze of those who knew after turd the a a cd up id came a Ntow a Wrt with him. As he had considerable Money on the body of miss Underwood which had his person when last seen it was believed been fou off closed it the spot where or. That he was murdered. His Lif was in Monroe had discovered that of or. Foote sure for about $2,000, and in due time Afier being viewed by or. Fletcher and the insurance company paid the amount of identified by mrs. H. Avert the body the policy to his wife. 8aquently.mrs. I was committed to the care of miss under. Larraway married or. Lewson and they 1 foods friends who had it Mel amp led afterwards moved to Detroit where they j dark Unton and Ransom reside at present. It is now reported that capt. Larraway is alive and Well and living in California where he was recently yacht Raintr Etc. Music will be Fumu Honl by a military band from Chicago. The i bail to St. Joseph is a very pleasant one j and Ibe fare for the round trip will be Only 50 cents. _ fruit Jane Pease of Martin 4jb a ran county ban purchased the fruit evaporator in this Village from or. Williams of Kalamazoo. They have fitted it up in first class shape and Are now ready to commence business. They will Confino their attention principally to raspberries peaches and apples. It is to be hoped our fruit growers win give this new Industry that Liberal encouragement which will insure Auto eat getting Are pleased to announce that Rev. Or. Schetky the esteemed pastor cof this episcopal Mission is recovering front his recent serious illness. It will be some time however under the most favourable circumstance before he will be Able to assume Active duty in the lord s Vineyard. At the recent meeting of the Board of missions at Kalamazoo the following Resolution was passed a Bretoi Ted. That the members of this Board have heard with sorrow of the serious illness of Rev. Geo. P. Schetky d. D., a former member of the Board and now one of its most Active missionaries and wild hereby express our Deef it sympathy with him in his affliction and their Earnest Hope and desire for his speedy restoration to health and Active lived Here. We have every reason to Lieve that the report is Side in or. Defame re a warehouse seen and interviewed by a former resident jul / i a. I t a. A. ,. Where the funeral services were held i of this Village who knew him when he to a ,. 1 i he a they Lay in the very Flower of their i youth beautifully Emble med by exquisite Floral wreaths which had been placed on Little Mitas Engette a Good crop of j the caskets the offerings of miss Burlin huckleberries by amp recent order from game and miss Hann Jis. The notice had Headquarters postmasters Are not allowed been very Short but love gathered the pc to put the mail of two families into one j Pic together and the attendance was Large Box. Two full Moons this month. A Burin est being entirely us pc ded in the person who does pot know the difference Village. Rev. A. E. Ketch urn led the Between a a drawing and painting should funeral services. The choir Sang a asleep not discuss either or. C. Grussinger j in Jesus a after which or. Kei hum made has sold his Barber shop and will retire to a Short address which will not soon be Tor grateful soldiers. The following resolutions passed by Zaeh. Chandler Post at a regular meeting held last week will explain themselves South Haven july 14, 1882. At a regular meeting of Zach. Chandler Post no. 35, g. A. R., it was resolved that a vote of thanks be tendered the ladies who assisted at the celeb ratio on july 4, 1882 also that a vote of thanks be tendered capt. J. S. Donahue by the comrades for a Bronze Eagle presented by him to the Post and it was ordered that a copy of these resolutions be printed in the South Haven papers. Ii. Hodges Post commander. Pursuant to a vote of Zaeh. Chandler put a at no. 85, a. department of j Michigan Ata regular meeting held on a july 14. 1882 declaring that the Post re a turned a vote of thanks to a. N. Brown editor of 1 he messenger for and valuable notices of the program of cel i bration previous to the fourth of july and the subsequent full report of the pro a one dogs 1, therefore As commander of said Atter the bodies had been Dre sed and 1 Post on behalf of the officers and comrades placed in the caskets they were Laid Side j of Zaeh. Chandler Post hereby extend to y., paper and he started backs at once to pay tribute of respect and esteem to the memory of departed Worth. another column will be found a Resolution of thanks to the messenger passed by Zaeh. Chandler Post g a. The indefatigable and patriotic exertions made by the comrades of Zach. Chandler poet to successfully celebrate the fourth in a manner that proved creditable to hit May Cave and the Village As Well As worthy of the Day they honoured were in title Dato the co operation of every citizen. Tea messenger simply did its duty a task rendered pleasant by the genial Courtesy we have always experienced from members of the Post. It is always pleasing however to know that our efforts Are appreciated and the Resolution of Zach. Chandler Post is not Only gratefully received. But it will inspire us to do our duty in the future As a have striven to do in the past. California week or. Leo. N. Hale returned from an extended visit in California and he brings news of old South have nites who have settled on the Pacific Slopr. Our citizens will be pleased to know that his father or. Hale who had been seriously ill has almost entirely recovered his usual health. The a a boys a or. Hale Al Brothers Are Well and Happy while they Are doing an immense business which is constantly increasing. Or. Hale came Home by the Southern Pacific route and visited Loe Angeles where by enjoyed the pleasure of driving through a portion of its far famed Orange Groves and vineyards. At Colton he visited or. Thompson formerly of this place and found him prosperous with a comfortable Bank account and a Large practice la ban barn Ideno he met mrs. Fred. Waters formerly miss May ii Ambley of South Haven. Her husband and family Are among the most prominent people of that Section and Are in easy financial circumstances. The Many South Haven friends of miss ii Ambley will be pleased to hear of her happiness and Prosperity As mrs. Waters she is certainly deserving of both. Or. Hale also visited mrs. Davis who left Here last Winter. Her daughter miss Jennie Davis is teaching school and get a salary of $60 per month with a Prospect of an increase to $80 for the fall term. Or Hale seems to have met with All the enjoyment which his genial nature merits and he returned to South Haven evincing every indication that the Balmy breezes of the Pacific slope did not injuriously effect either he health or his spirit him our heart Felt thanks for the same. He Khick Hodges Post commander. His farm. Timothy Heads Over nine inches Long grew in or. Bradley a Meadow a one measured ten and one half inches. Or. E. I Lewson is making improvements on his residence. County news. A sheep killing dogs infest Bangor. Church door loafers infest Paw Paw. Judge Mills is rust Cating in the fast. The bean Weevil is operating in Hartford township. They Are shipping Augle Worms from Paw Paw to Petoskey. There were a few cases of Scarlet fever in Covert a few Days ago. Or. B. Allen of Covert has Pur gotten by those who heard it and closed the sen ices with an impressive prayer. The procession then started for the a City of the dead a preceded by the South Lia i chased or. Frary farm a example of Ven Silver Cornet band and bearing with or. Eugene Hinckley is the new principal of the Breedsville schools. Disgusting familiarity was evinced in the it All that remained of one of Earth s noblest classic Sheet of our contemporary last Young men week. Business in to in was quiet Tki these words give but a faint idea of the week a reaper trial took place out in scene which in aspired during the solemn Casco on to Day. When you want service and words would fail a to convey first class printing at Low prices Call at the sorrow which was manifested by All the office the Price of who were present Strong men Iio cd potatoes win take a Tumble to aunt fifty their Heads and wept Aud women were cents per Bushel in a few Days Cauti convulsed Ith sorrow which tears could Ful weather. Regular meeting of the not express. The agony of the relatives Council on next thursday evening. Read j brought fresh Fri the mind the Story Sim the or. Geo. Smith s new advertisement. Quot wont some merciful Christian make arrangements to have the streets sprinkled the a a Grummond makes the trip to Chicago in from two to three hours less time than and boat on the route. Ply told of the grief of the mothers of Rev. Or. Flowers of Dowagiac is new Law Ruee methodist minister. Geo. Skinner a 15-year-old Decatur lad was sent to the Reform school for larceny. The Dyckman House Paw Paw has changed proprietorship and it will be fitted up for business. Some artistic minded Paw Pawer is veneering the county cat lamp posts with is spent tobacco Chews. Personal. 1 a mrs. L. J. Brown of the Pacific House is visiting friends in new York state. Mrs. Jas. G. Ransom of Oshtemo Nec miss Carrie Stevens is visiting friends in this place. Miss Dickinson a a Gutber of judge Dickinson of Aurora 11u, is visiting at the residence of or. Hilton. # or. John Goodrode of Aurora 111, is visiting his relatives in South Haven after an absence of ten years or. And mrs. F. Smith arc receiving a visit from their Niece miss Searle of Carleton College Northfield Minn. Mrs. E. I. Hewson left for Allegan county this week where she will make an extended visit among relatives and other friends. After an absence of three months travelling in Ohio and Indiana or. G. H. Bradley arrived Home for a few Days a a visit last week. Or. E j. Lockwood of the firm of Lockwood amp Hewson left on monday for j a trip to St urges. Mich., and Northern in Diana Hope he will have a pleasant time i on wednesday or. Geo. N. Hah re Rael a in Hamah was there a voice heard j lamentation and mourning Rachel weep ing for her children had would not be com j for Tod because they were alas so j it was Here but one Short week go these two had started on that fatal sail buoyant with Hope with life Bright before a Fem seemingly without a Shadow to mar the future of either Aud now uxry Are not. A yes. The words of the Sweet a hymn came Back with their glorifying i Hope a a Seedin to the weeping father of the dead girl and to the sorrow j ing relatives of the loved youth this Sweet refrain could not but bring a Ray of Hope and whisper Comfort mid their Nutter a Able grief although the heart can scarcely last year the school expenditure of Bangor amounted to $2.015,55, w Ith an a average Dally attendance of 187. 1 free Bills for divorce have been filed in this county since the first for adultery and one for desertion. It is reported that de. Cable we. Mar tin and John see bang of Bangor Drew a $15,000 prize in the Louisiana state lottery. Glory How people do love to Honor editors a a bobs Warren of the Decatur Republican has been made a full fledged school director. The messenger regrets to learn that or. B. F. Heckert of Paw Paw is con a Lafayette. Ind., girl who had been enticed Sway from Home by a been get under the pretence of marriage was found in Paw Paw by her friends and taken Home. A Surprise party swooped Down upon the residence of or. And mrs. G. F. Bur. Kett of Bangor one evening last week on the eve of mrs. Burkett s departure for an extended visit to the Buckeye state. The detachment was accompanied by a hand of music Colic pie. And other implements of torture Over at Bangor the other Day our local contemporary and the Advance Man formed themselves into a Mutual admiration society of two but in the return Home of the former however he announced that the latter issues a a snide newspaper and wishes already that he a could get hold of his it was mean of our contemporary to betray the Confidence of the Bangor scribe. On the first Page the Paw Paw Urald gravely announces that it a will have no a Patent Medicine or bogus advertisements a in its columns a while of the third Page w e notice at least one dozen Patent Medicine advertisements among them being the angelic face of Lydia Pink i amp a and every Page of the paper is teeming with notices of a a bogus institutions from the bogus Greenback party a town. Rev. Chas. Moulton who recently resigned the pastorate of the a Church of god a at Bangor denies having done so a under a Cloud a As charged by a local paper. Lie says lie resigned because the Church would not by port him for two months he had lived by the Charity of people who arc not members of the Church. To outsiders or. Moulton appears to offer ample reasons for resignation. The same a Church of god have Auice undertaken to starve out Rev. Sheldon Smith who has accepted the pastorate. Paw Paw Herald Marlin Kennedy of Almena a Young unmarried than on the 4th of july took a single barrel shot gun and after Clearing and squid using it out he proceeded to Load Aud shoot it off he then from his powder flask turned in u charge of powder Aud in an instant the powder in the barrel exploded also the powder flask burning off his eyebrows Eye lashes and burning his face to blackness also burning his hand and wrist. Pieces of the flask were afterwards found twisted badly. The Young Man is doing Well. The Black has since pealed off and it May leave some scars. Comprehend the fullness of this Hope or sideling the advisability of moving to a partake of the Comfort while the wounds Kota. We Hope he will conclude to remain Are fresh and the crave is about to close Here As v an Buren county is not anxious upon the loved ones. But All were sympathetic mourners there from every Eye tears were streaming and from every heart sorrow was Welling. A pitied the suffering friends but the thoughts of All were entered on the occupants of. Those two a caskets on her with her Sweet Bright womanhood broken when at its Best on him will his glorious manhood snapped to lose one of her Best lawyers and citizens. It would seem that they have considerable trouble of a delicate nature in one of the school districts of Pine Grove township in this county. The school director ported the following notice a few Days ago a a special meeting of the Legal Vot a her of school District no. It in the town a Ohhi Joof Pine Grove called by the District at in beginning. Bold had la Een lovable a Board ill be held at the school House and had been dearly loved both had been stricken seemingly before their time and were deeply mourned. Bui we cannot dwell of a scene which overpowered All turned from California where he had been heart8 us which wac user Lort a about which there should be no doubt pealed. South Haven keenly feels the i but in View of the fact blow which death has dealt and a a on thursday the 20th Day of july 1882, a at 7 of clock d. M., for the purpose of de a Ter mining the sex of the that a right the sex of your teacher is something visiting relatives and other friends for the past seven weeks. Be reports business a booming Quot on the Pacific slope. Or. G. F. Burkett lately editor of the Bangor Advance was visiting friends in South Haven this week. He tries to look As subdued and innocent As if he had the sorrow which it brought is deep sincere Aud overwhelming. As the grave closed upon or. Foote and the Rev or. Been Tenbury pronounced the Benediction All who were present betrayed the intensity of their Emo never been an editor who hurled a Ocus tons and went away to cherish his Mem the a Devil a wearer Lawi Arp j a words amp a that Van Buren county will not lose or. Burkett however be Laving been engaged As principal of the Hartford schools. Ory As a fragrant Flower of which not Eyen death could Rob them. In the evening the a a cupid left for is. That the director in question is a disciple of Aesculapius the messenger thinks that he ought to be Able to a determine the sex of the teachers without the Aid of the Legal voters. Although it is something new to bold a poet Portem examination of a live a a Corpse by a meeting of a Legal voters a a till it is essentially necessary that the sex of that Pine Grove pedagogue should be Allegan county fever at Plainwell. Ben. Stems of Cheshire has received $13,000 Back pay. Mcdowell of Casco sold 1,631 pounds of Wool this year. Jas. Warnock is to be principal of the Douglas schools next year. A two bicyclists outran a horse before a buggy in Martin last week. Gilbert Stone of Hilliards was injured by a falling beam last week. O. Pike of Cheshire has been fined $25 and Cost for Selling liquor to tutors. W. W. Briggs of Bradley had his pocket picked of $86 at the grand rapids races. It costs an Allegan editor Only $10 and costs to pummel a other brother of the Quill. Cheap enough a a mass meeting of Gree backers will meet in Allegan on August 15, to c Hoose delegates to state and congressional conventions horse belonging to John Sim Sou of w Atson had its Hind legs Cut Oil b a mowing machine to which it was hitched a few Days ago. L. Osborne of Casco who has spent several weeks this season in Kansas save he did not see one Case of drunkenness while in the state. An Allegan woman armed with a Rifle Aud industriously Hunting for her husband was one of the attractions on the streets of Allegan one Day last week. The Bloomingdale Leader says that while undertaking to throw a self binding Harvester out of gear or. John Rockwell of Cheshire had two fingers of his right hand badly jammed. Jour Nair the horse of we. Miles who lives near Milliards Mill in Hopkins ran away with his wife Aud two children last a week throwing them out of the buggy and badly injuring mrs. Miles. Allegan journal of monday a Man named Al. Jones fell off the Loof of a granary near Johnson a Corners in Ganges a distance of 14 feet and was injured so severely that he is not expected to live. Married. the residence of or. John Glenn South Haven. . Richards officiating or. Fred. Radtke of South Haven Aud miss Laura Gurling of Bainbridge. New advert Semi notice to is Yum All persons indebted to Meau Ere Queste Ltd to pay Ketr account at once a a i require Mont j. All account remaining Unn amp id of the it of september will be placed in the hands of Justice Richard for colled Ion. John Bosquet 4-t&Quot butcher.1 Wagon Fob Saul tru�p1�rench. Pruit Wagon for Sale. Apply to fruit baskets a. W. Wells of St. Joaseph the largest manufacturer of baskets and fruit packages in the West have for Sale at South Haven a Supply of peach Apple and grape baskets also Berry crates. The baskets were manufactured expressly for the South Haven Trade and Are first class and Well seasoned. All will be sold As Low As any goods of the kind in the Market. Apply to j. H. Richards. Zach Chandler poet to. 35, a. To recall r meeting Over or even inc a Friday Lockwood amp Hewson. A cordial invitation 18 extended to Allm Myers of the order to visit our Post. C , ii. Ii does. 4tf. Adjutant. Posit commander. A car Load of Cetica fresh Lime and also air Slack cd Lime for Salo at Geo. Smiths warehouse. Mortgage Sale. Default having been made in the payment of j the Money secured by a Mort Aee bearing Date the 6th Day of october a. 1875, executed by Cyrus Davis of South Haven Van Buren count and state of Michigan to Mattie v. Loun it Bery of South Haven county of Van Buren and Stato of Michigan which Sai i mortgage was duty record in the registrar s office of the county of Van Buren and state of Michigan on the Lgth Day of december a. Js75, in Liber 12 of mortgages on Page 533, and the amount claimed to be due on said mortgage at the Date of this notice i three Hundred and thirty eight dollars Aad three cents i$33n.03for principal and interest and including an attorney fee of forty dollars set Forth in she mortgage and no suit at Law or equity having been instituted to collect the same now therefore notice is hereby Given that to Gay virtue of the poorer of Sale meet Ion cd in Saia mortgage tie said mortgage will be foreclosed by tale or the land hereinafter de cited. At Public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of Tbs court House lit the Village of Paw i a county of Van Buren and Stab of Mph Lynn that being the place of to Klug the a ire it court of said county of Vun Buren. Us tuesday the 1 7th Day of october a. 1882, at of Povlock in the afternoon of that Day which said premises Are described in said mortgage is follow Tov Vit a a All that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the township of Geneva in the count of Van Buren and 8t.te of Michigan and described As follows to wit. The North one Liaf .13 of the South half of the North East Quarter of Section thirty Toyi one South rang sixteen West in Van bit Ren county containing forty acres of to the United states dated april 19, 188�o� mams c. Works sir a a. Mortgages. James ii. Job so attorney for mortgagee. 41-tl-oct 13. Boots amp shoes. Dress goods Gingham White goods domestics Mosquito net Cre tonnes shirting umbrellas Straw e o 13 notions corsets Glover fans hosiery groceries sugar picks syrups teas 4 c0fkee3 flour parasols collars amp ties canned g00d3 laces a fringes of All kind. Hats ac., a. Vin any of the above lines Vou will find a full assortment at \. # a. _ Lockwood and Hewson a shirts shirts the Best in laundries gents shirts in the town for $1.00. If you want a first class pair of boots or shoes made to order leave your measure with Rockwell bros., at tie Ravine Bridge building. Repairing promptly attended to. Rockwell Brothers. A gtd to s a by i t 33, with r. A. A Tarnett to Conner Burnett so co. A fruit. A vegetable a butter egg poultry game Wool seeds Honey amp a. 1�i South a Ter St Root cd _ for All Quot kinds of sewing machine Needles a go to Quot we Are also Headquarters Tor books school books miscellaneous books Blank books of a kinds note receipt and draft books ? 6 a i _ St. A Fine assortment of Box papers note paper envelopes wholesale and retail. Full line of stationers sundries. 5 a amp / s a a f by eare sole agents for tie Cit am Bro Falm dress goods nothing like them for style and and compare prices. We resp fitfully ask you to come in and see us no trouble to show.,goods. Lockwood amp Hewson. Lockwood amp Hewson a orders by mail promptly attended to. A get itott3r Sale Bills printed at the messenger office sitbscbib3c Fob the messenger Only one Dollar a year in Advance. We have just opened a larger Stock of Spring and summer dry goods than we have Ever shown consisting of dress goods in great variety prints of the prettiest shades and patterns Gilhams of the very Best makes shirting in All styles and qualities White goods in Large assortment hosiery of the dainties Stripe bleached and Brown Cottons cheap As Ever. Ticking warranted to hold feathers every time hats and Caps or from the Best manufacturers. If w finest Quality at the lowest possible prices. And to those wishing to Purchase Spring clothing we will say �?oha3 our Stock is quite Complete and that our a one Price to ally being the lowest in town wins for us an increasing patronage every week. Do wot mix. To live us a Call. Fim Irris

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